The European Union on Saturday urged Rwanda to stop supporting the M23 rebel group, which has captured swathes of territory in North Kivu province in neighbouring DR Congo.
The DRC -- along with the United States and several European countries -- has repeatedly accused its smaller central African neighbour Rwanda of backing the M23, although Kigali denies the charge.
Constrained to incapacitate, M23 joined a service last week to convey the essential town of Kibumba to an East African military power as a "generosity motion" for harmony.
The EAC likewise said the gathering needed to pull out to the line between the DRC, Uganda and Rwanda.In any case, the Congolese armed force speedily named the Kibumba handover a "joke."
Rwanda has likewise denounced the DRC - - where official decisions are expected next December - - of involving the contention for political purposes as well as of "manufacturing" a November slaughter of no less than 131 regular people.
An UN test pinned the passings on M23 rebels.Preceding the slaughter, Angola enjoyed been interceding harmony talks intended to prepare for a détente understanding.
The M23 rebel has announced that its fighters would withdraw from one of the key towns it had been occupying in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, with a promise to retreat from its strategic front-line position.
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